Governor DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-94 effectively suspending evictions and foreclosures for 45 days on April 2, 2020. That order was extended several times including most recently by a July 29, 2020 Order 20-180.
Order 20-180, however, changes things. The most recent order carves out exceptions to the prior by order, which provided a blanket tolling as to evictions and foreclosures, as applicable only when the mortgagor or tenant was “adversely affected by COVID-19.”
The 30 day CARE act notice would still appear to be in place for the applicable properties with a federal nexus that could extend the moratorium another 30 days.
The Order is found here: https://www.flgov.com/wp-content/uploads/orders/2020/EO_20-180.pdf
WFTV, Orlando reports 100 Evictions filed since the moratorium. See: https://www.wftv.com/news/9investigates/end-florida-eviction-moratorium-could-lead-backlog-filings-trouble-renters-real-estate-attorney-says/HVWBMJMNYBAJPN7BPOXP63VIVI/
It does not appear any of those Orange County cases have been reduced to a final judgment and order of eviction for non-payment of rent at this point.
At least 2,672 evictions are pending in the state pursuant to Community Justice Project of Miami.
83 writs of possession ordered by judges during Hillsborough Clerk of Courts, but no service of Writs.